All editorial correspondence should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you send a message to the editor’s Massey University address, it may be mislaid or delayed. The assistant editor, Emma Pettigrew, handles the day-to-day email, and will refer any problems to the editor, Sam Peterson, who edits your paper, makes final decisions on publication or rejection of papers, and organises the setting and printing of the Journal.
Submitted manuscripts are reviewed by two reviewers and the editor. You will receive anonymous reports from each reviewer and the marked-up document from the editor. If the reviewers recommend rejection of your paper, you will be advised by the editor. If publication of your paper is recommended, you are expected to make all corrections required by the editor and reviewers, and/or to explain to the editor in writing if you disagree with any such expected corrections.
When your corrected typescript is submitted, it will be sent to our setter. The resultant “galley proofs” will be sent to you in PDF form and you can make final corrections on the hard copy. At this stage, only minor or critical changes should be made, such as data corrections, updating “in press” citations, or correcting names of authors. Extensive content-related revisions initiated by authors at this stage are not encouraged. In addition, there is only one more check by the editor (the final read though), therefore any errors that are not corrected may, unfortunately, be published. The corresponding author is expected to check with all the co-authors for their approval on any changes. There is a document regarding copyright that you must submit along with your final corrections. Failure to meet any of the requirements or deadlines may result in your paper not being published.
Papers to Editor on or before 8th February. Any paper not received by this date will be removed from the conference programme, and will not be published.
Reviewer’s comments to be forwarded to the Editor by 8th March.
Revised paper to be returned to the Editor by 8th April.
Galley proofs should be returned to authors by 8th May.
Final corrections must be with the Editor by 21st May
Proceedings will be delivered to the printers on 5th June.
Instructions for Authors
Instructions for authors can be found here
The copyright form can be found here